Fix Xbox Error 0x89231806 : Make Party Chat More Entertaining On Windows 10
When you are trying to start the Xbox Party Chat and fail to access it, you might want to identify the exact reason behind the error. A pop-up notification will appear on your screen ‘Your Network Settings Are Blocking Party Chat’ with the error code 0x89231806.
Generally, the error indicates the poor network connection between your Xbox and the member using the Xbox. It often happens because of incompatible Network Address Translation types.
Service interruptions can generate error and status codes as well. To fix this error, check the following solution given below.
Why The Error Code 0x89231806 Occurs?
In case you have performed a hard reset of the router and modem, this error code might pop-up. The error means that the Internet connection between your Xbox console and the other party members is loose. It often appears due to the incompatible Network Address Translation types.
Xbox party chat error is a very common problem that the users often complain about. The cause can be the Xbox App that is trying to use IPv6 to connect to Xbox Live. Sometimes, it disables by unbinding IPv6 from NIC and by disabling the Windows Firewall.
Effective Ways to Fix Xbox/Windows 10 Party Chat Error
While playing games in Xbox, the users may encounter the party chat error code 0x89231806. A dialogue box will appear asking you to provide some inputs where you can describe the issue about error code. Here are the steps you may follow when your network settings are blocking party chat 0x89231806 windows 10:
Solution 1: Verify IPv6 Configuration
From the Windows Store, search for “Xbox (Beta)” and download that version of the Xbox app. Once you launch it, click on the settings option. There you may see a Network tab available and verify all the settings there. You’ll likely see an error message about Teredo issues.
Step 1: Next, make sure IPv6 is enabled on your Network Interface Controller. Right-click the Start menu button and go to ‘Network Connections’. Next, right click on your ‘Network Card’ and choose the option ‘Properties’, and ensure IPv6 is enabled with a check mark next to it.
Step 2: IPv6 tunneling (Teredo) uses Windows Firewall to make its connection. Go to the home screen and select Start option and type Services.msc. Then press Enter. Ensure that the Windows Firewall or NAT is fixed to Startup condition. If the Startup Type is Disabled or Manual, double-click on it and change the Startup Type back to Automatic, then click on Start.
Step 3: If Windows Firewall is running, then make sure that it’s configured. Click on the Start menu and search for “Windows Firewall with Advanced Security,” and open the app. Then right-click on “Windows Firewall with Advanced Security” showing in the upper left of the navigation bar, and click on Properties. Make sure that several options “Domain Profile,” “Private Profile,” and “Public Profile” tabs, the Firewall State setting is set to On. Close the Windows Firewall tab.
Step 4: If any of the steps mentioned above are not already configured as detailed, reboot your computer. Now you have to verify your IPv6 configured with your NIC, and Windows Firewall is started. You need to see if the Teredo tunnel is establishing to Microsoft.
Step 5: Right-click on the Start option and either choose “Command Prompt (Admin)” or “Windows PowerShell (Admin)” option. In the terminal that comes up, type (no quotes) “netsh interface teredo show state” and validate the type “Client.” The Server Name as shown in your screen is ‘win10.ipv6.microsoft’ and the state as “qualified”.
Solution 2: Change The Region
If you are unable to solve the error code 0x89231806 with the help of solution 1, follow this step. Changing the region on your Xbox is very simple but becomes a bit expensive. Ensure that the place you choose has any of the regions available. You are unable to change your location due to low balance in your Xbox subscription.
Follow the steps mentioned below to change the region:
- At first, ensure that you are signed in your Xbox account.
- Then go to the Home screen of your device.
- Select the Settings option and then All settings.
- Next, choose the system option and After that select Language & location.
- At the final stage, choose a new location and restart your device.
Contact Our Microsoft Technical Support
In case you are unable to fix Internet settings for Party Chat Error 0x89231806 even after following the solutions, do not worry. Get in touch with our engineers for quick and budget-friendly resolutions. Call our toll-free technical support number +1-855-334-7340 and avail instant support. Apart from that, you can reach us through an email which is [email protected] and avail of our live chat facility as well.